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Summer Drop-in Intermediate/Advanced Ballet Classes 2019-08-07T12:32:31-07:00

Coriolis Postballet drop-in classes 12:30-2:30 August 12-16! See below for more details

2019 Summer Open Intermediate/Advanced Ballet Classes

Ages 15-Adult

A schedule of open class teachers is posted weekly on our Facebook page. Single class entry is $18.00 ($18.36 if paid with a credit card). Click here to see rates for our multi-class cards.

Summer Instructors will include:

Vivian Little, Karena Birk, Lodi McClellan, Fiona Vigdor, Paula Peters, Brenna Monroe-Cook, Leigh-Ann Cohen-Hafford, and Beth Terwilleger

DATES CLASS DAYS CLASS TIMES
June 10-August 31* Monday-Saturday 10:30 a.m.-Noon
June 12-August 28 Wednesdays 7:00-8:30 p.m.

*No class Thursday, July 4.

Coriolis Postballet drop-in technique classes

Dance Fremont is excited to host Coriolis Dance for a week! Join us for this fun opportunity to explore how you can use your ballet technique in intriguing new ways. Classes are $20 each, or pay-what-you-can for professional dancers.

12:30-2:30, Mon-Fri August 12-16.

Postballet Technique, originated by Co-founders/Co-artistic Directors Christin Call and Natascha Greenwalt, combines contemporary practices with a ballet class structure to explore sensation and imagery in the body. Along with barre and center work, Postballet class incorporates spinal/pelvis articulation, moving in and out of classical lines, and pushing the extremes of rhythmic dynamics.

Coriolis Dance is the creative nexus by which Co-artistic Directors/Co-founders Natascha Greenwalt and Christin Call create new, post-disciplinary dance works at the intersection of all art forms . They work together to create stories of strength and resilience through vulnerability. Their works are complex, emotionally raw, and highly stylized experiences designed to immerse audiences in meaningful and challenging ways. The Co-Directors have commissioned and created works for seven fully self-produced shows that curate a larger vision of the capabilities of ballet as an artistic medium with inherent technical rigor. In the 35+ works in its repertoire, Coriolis uses ballet technique as a self-aware vocabulary that, through manipulation and molding, is contextualized with contemporary issues.

Open Program Drop-In Ballet Repertory

New this summer–put your ballet technique to use dancing the classics! There is no need to register; just use your open class card.

M-F July 8-12 and July 22-26, 12:15-1:15